Gas Issue: Economists say slashed prices at border could lead to reduced prices for end-consumers

Although Russia has reduced the price of natural gas supplied to Armenia by 9 percent at the border, it is still unclear at what price the final consumers in the South Caucasus country will get it.

Qatar Airways Service from EVN: New flights at “competitive” prices

Qatar Airways has announced the start of service from Yerevan Zvartnots Airport beginning May 16.

Minister: Escalation in Karabakh won’t affect Armenia’s economy

The escalation of the conflict in Nagorno-Karabakh will have no negative impact on Armenia’s rate of economic growth, according to Economy Minister Artsvik Minasyan.

Smart and Armenian: Armenia’s first smartphone goes on sale

The first smartphone made in Armenia, called the ArmPhone, went on sale this week. Various Armphone models were unveiled during a kick-off celebration on Monday held as part of a marketing campaign called “It’s Time for Armenian [products].”

Economist: Higher military spending could increase burden on Armenian economy

Despite the optimism of Armenia’s authorities, the economy of the country, directly and indirectly, will bear negative consequences of the four-day war in Nagorno-Karabakh earlier this month, say economists, who also predict that a possible increase in military spending could become a bigger burden on the country’s economy.

Call for Boycott: Activists in Armenia demand ban on Turkish goods

Not only Armenians living in their homeland, but also those in the entire world should refuse to buy Turkish goods because by buying them they support terrorism and production of weapons that are used against Armenians, argue activists of the “Protest Against Turkish Product” initiative.

Rosatom: No economic ground for new nuke station construction in Armenia

Russia believes there is no economic ground for the construction of a new nuclear power plant in Armenia, Kirill Komarov, the first deputy chairman of the Rosatom Company, said this week. He said that the construction of a new nuclear power plant in Armenia can only be talked about if there are appropriate calculations and justifications.

Gas and Electricity Review: PSRC expects to lower tariffs

The Public Services Regulatory Commission (PSRC) says it intends to reduce natural gas prices in Armenia in response to a request from provider Gazprom Armenia.

Acting Amid Skepticism: Ministry of economy seeks media, public ‘tip-offs’ for better anti-trust policies

While the initiative of Armenia’s government to fight corruption appears to be gaining new forms, many observers and opposition members remained skeptical and unconvinced, discarding the process as another “imitation”.

Defeating the Purpose?: Minister suggests granting monopoly to sugar importation as part of anti-trust fight

The statement by Armenia’s Economy Minister Artsvik Minasyan about the possible official granting of a monopoly for sugar importation has deepened public skepticism regarding the government’s declared anti-trust and anti-corruption efforts.

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